Monthly Archives: September 2015

The Best KOA Campground So Far

The idea was to follow Tesla’s trail of Canadian superchargers eastbound for a while and visit that curiously large hotel at Banff. I had always been intrigued how someone could fill up such a large hotel in such a remote … Continue reading

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Houston to the land of superchargers

As I progressed south, I could feel the desire to supercharge. It began when the Tesla Nav software insisted on routing all my trips through a supercharger station more than 350 miles away. Imagine charges measured in minutes rather than … Continue reading

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The road back to Houston

And so a long drive back through Canada lay before me.  I endeavored to apply my new knowledge of off-network charging to the trek: * Charge overnight at 50 amp spots to maximize daylight driving time * Adjust speed as … Continue reading

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Badger crossing

On the drive up to Hyder from Prince George, I saw lots of crossing signs. There’s the typical mainland deer crossing sign, but also I saw elk crossing (fuller rack of horns), moose crossing (looks like Bullwinkle), mountain goat (looks … Continue reading

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